• The Queen Mary Long Beach

Queen Mary Long Beach

World-famous ocean liner now operating as a historic hotel

Step aboard this world-famous ocean liner and experience the glitz and glamour of the 1930’s without having to leave Long Beach. Now permanently stationary, the Queen Mary is a true maritime icon and opens its doors for guests wishing to relive the ship’s glory days. Enjoy unique accommodations and elegant attractions as you explore the Art-Deco hallways and dining halls of this national treasure. Atmospheric shopping, exquisite dining and much more is waiting to be discovered onboard.

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Hotel highlights

  • Enjoy a guided tour
  • The iconic Queen Mary ship
  • Several exciting museums
  • Queen Mary Spa and fitness centre
  • Nine food and drink experiences
  • Experience the grandeur and Art Deco elegance

Hotel Features

General Information

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  • 314 rooms
  • Transfer duration: 30 mins from Los Angeles International Airport.
  • Minimum age: 21

Board Basis Options

  • Room Only

Hotel Location

Location Highlights

Queen Mary Long Beach

  • 30 mins from Los Angeles International Airport.
7770 Reviews 73% of travellers recommended this hotel

Traveller ratings

  • Excellent 2787
  • Very Good 2738
  • Average 1265
  • Poor 529
  • Terrible 451

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Jan 16, 2020

Was robbed and overcharged!

My sister and I stayed on the Queen Mary 1/12-1/14. On the night of 1/13, our vehicle was broken into, winter coats stolen, Disney merchandise stolen, and no cameras on premises. I don’t understand since someone is outside the ship standing near the parking 24/7 as well as a gate attendant. Was our items stolen by a worker? Why is there no cameras so close to an area where people park and leave their cars for days at a time.. the ship is also outdated- shower head is about 5 feet from the bottom of the tub leaving you to crouch down to wash your hair. Almost an empty ship and no upgrade was offered.
Jan 15, 2020

A Wonderful Piece of History

We spend a few days in December on the Queen Mary in Long Beach, CA where it is now docked after being a luxury ocean liner and troop ship during WWII. The Queen Mary, a luxury ocean liner built in 1936 but put into service in 1942 as a troop ship during WWII, was one of the fastest ships in the world. She was very useful during WWII because she could out-run the German submarines and torpedoes. And therefore she was never hit during her commission in WWII. My mother was on this ship when she returned from Europe in 1945 after serving in Europe in WWII. We stayed in what had been a first class cabin. It was spacious and had more than enough room for everything we brought for a five day visit. We had a harborside view and the port holes even opened. It appears that the ship has been restored to its beauty when it was a luxury ocean liner. We walked the floors in amazement wondering what it must have been like in its heyday.... We got a behind the scenes tour of the ship and talked with Commodore Everette Hoard (and historian) about the ship and my mother’s sailing. It was an amazing and informative visit on the ship. The Commodore was so knowledgeable. You can tell that he really loves his work and the Queen Mary.
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